No they didn't. Bad reporting by Bloggers.
9to5 Updated their story after somebody actually CHECKED with the company.
Update: Barron’s is reporting that CEO Mark Pundsack says the assets of the company are still up for sale and Apple did not in fact purchase the company.
“The rumor is false,” Wi-Gear CEO Mark Pundsack said via e-mail in response to an inquiry from Tech Trader Daily. “Wi-Gear and its IP are still available for sale.”
Macworld also spoke to the CEO who said “I wish”
We’re reaching out to our source for clarification and will report back shortly. The confusion could have come from one of the co-founders of Wi-Gear joining up with Apple.
Update 2: Our source assumed that the movement of Wi-Gear co-founder Michael Kim to Apple was an indication of a purchase. We unknowingly used this same event to “verify” his story. We tried to get ahold of Pundsack but were unable to. We’re sorry, we were wrong.
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